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    September 24, 2012
    5:30 - 6:00am EDT  

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forecast. plenty of sunshine in through later this morning and this afternoon the temperature at 67 degrees by lunchtime. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. >> good morning, loving your orange today, too. orioles have the double header. best of luck to them. if you are hitting the roads, 795, clear as you can see at cockies mill road. no problems down to 695. this is the northwest corner of the beltway, old court road. traffic starting to pick up, an 1 minute ride on the outer loop 795 towards 95. no delays over to the other side, parkville, towson. 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 95 up to 83. jfx, nothing to get in your way, southbound, 695, downtown to east fayette. that stretch will take you 11 minutes as well. 6 people arrested, one person shot after the towson
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university homecoming party went violent. >> businesses put on lockdown. >> sherrie johnson is live at towson with the details and it took a while for police to get things under control. >> reporter: yes, we are talking about from 11:00 p.m. saturday to 3:30 sunday morning, it started right here at rutger theater. there was a fraternity party and it got too crowded. it took place four hours to break up this crowd. 6 people were arrested, one person shot in the hand near houston circle and rushed to the hospital for surgery. video shot by the witness shows police treeng to get control of the suspect on the grounds. dogs were brought in. pepper spray used. businesses put on lockdown. it was the homecoming. people from off campus caused the chaos that started at the
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theater. police responded to the scene to help baltimore county police. >> staggering around up and down the street and staring and making ridiculous noises to the cops. >> reporter: six people were arrested and charged with second degree assault, two with disorderly conduct and one with drug possession. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. a fire at warehouse in dundalk created a dangerous situation for firefighters. they were on the scene of the former see grams building. a fire in 2010 made the building structurally unsound and caused the walls and floors to crumble. the fire was put out around 9:30 last nite. two teens lost lives in their car that crashed. a plea hearing is set for the driver. in november of last year, police say dale audit was
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driving along lawyers hill road and lost control of his car and hit a tree. five people were all in the car, two of the teens died, three others including audit were injured. mitt romney heads to battleground states ready to talk specifics about fixing the economy and helping the middle class. president obama splits his day quoting female viewers with an appearance on the view and showing his international profile at the united nations. bradley has the latest. >> reporter: mitt romney continues his battleground state tour in colorado today as he trays to rebound from a difficult week. polls show the race tight but president obama leads in the battlegrounds states deciding the election. in denver, romney slammed the president's record. >> it's clear we can't afford four more years like the last four years, we are going to get change, in washington to the people of america deserve. >> reporter: romney arrives in ohio tomorrow for a bus tour
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and greeted bay new tv ad attacking the gop nominee for saying 47% ofamericans are dependant on the government. as the campup efforts in battleground states, some in romney's party worry the race is slipping away. >> the problem was carefulness. >> reporter: president obama in new york today and tomorrow for the united nations general assembly, last night on 60 minutes, mr. obama said his biggest disappoint, he hasn't changed his climate in washington. >> i'm hoping when the smoke clears the spirit of operation comes to the floor. >> reporter: the president shot back at romney's criticism he has not stood up to syria and iran. saying if romney thinks we
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should start another war, he should say so. a son has been misfor three days. he is a freshman at the university of florida and his father says his son was involved in a dispute about a girlfriend with another young man. the father claims the man peat up his son and dropped him off near a field on campus. police trying to catch men on the run in utah where they caught them in nebraska. the duo had escaped from jail by crawling through a vent in the laundry room. they are held on a number of charges including burglary and theft. they stole cars with keys inside them and drove them until they ran out of gas. the men face more charges this morning. a brush fire in california forced 70 families to evacuate. the fire burned 1000-acres. two helicopters, air tankers and 15 end gins joined in the
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fire fight as crews worked to get the fire under control. san18 wheeler hauling beer overturned scattering around 8000 pounds of bud light, natural light and bush beer. the driver took the exit causing the truck to overturn. the accident closed two busy highway ramps for hours, 8000 pounds of beer. stay with us this morning, many of oh you want the iphone, you better wait in line for sometime now.
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there are fundraisers that involve physical activity. >> raising money for the comprehensive cancer center at johns hopkins, certainly no different. >> three hundred swimmers hit the water off of gibson island sunday morning part of the swim across america, now in its third year in maryland, and among the crowd, see if you can pick them out, wyatt everhart. >> i was taught cancer is our time and enemies. we have the common enemy. anything i can do to help out or promote the event, i'm going to do it. >> it's who is raising the most money and getting together for the good cause. >> hundreds took the open water for the challenge, 200 more people were swimming laps at meadow brook raising money to continue to fight against
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cancer. >> wet suit required. the water must be chilly. >> it's not bad. but the start was at 9:00 in the morning. the cold front came through. we had the showers on saturday. on sunday morning, a little bit coolish out there. we are doping doing it for today. bundle up as you head out and about. the kids need the jacket this morning, 52 degrees, the clouds are slowly but surely burning off this morning and we will get more in to the afternoon. temperature around 70. a nice day, but that 70 is still a little bit below average. the big story, right, we are playing the blue jays today. a double header. first pitch, 4:05, temperature 70 degrees, the winds northwest at 5-10 miles per hour. in to the second game, temperatures cooler, make sure you take the jacket forecasting around 61 degrees for a second pitch around 7:35. a beautiful day, don't forget
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the jacket as you head out and about. >> go o's. >> you are decked out in you orange, too. >> best of luck to them. i have problems to tell you about on the roads, dealing with a disabled car at the fort mc henry, one southbound lane is going to be blocked now. first crash of the day, northwest baltimore, on reisterstown at prim rose avenue. traveling on 695, here is what the west side looks like, liberty, nothing to get in you way towards 95, parkville, here is what it looks like at harford, 695 in great shape traveling from parkville up towards towson. sitting down to dinner with family and phone rings and it's telemarketers. >> now one lawmaker wants basically harsher penalties for
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those interrupting your time. sad weekend at the national zoo after the baby panda dies. what we could learn today about the cub's death. anncr: more anti-maryland ads. from this west virginia casino. they want marylanders to keep coming to west virginia... casinos like theirs. spending one hundred seventy million a year. question seven will keep those dollars at home. with a limited expansion of gaming that will mean... hundreds of millions for schools in the baltimore area... and across the state...
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according to the department of legislative services. and with independent audits required by law... question seven means millions for maryland schools. guaranteed.
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teen accused of shooting and killing students is scheduled to go to a detention facility. he killed three students and injured three others. amy bishop is facing capital murder charges for shooting three of her colleagues in 2010. three other people were injured. law in to effect concerning motor scooters and mopeds. the conference is happening today to outline the rules today. if law takes effect october 1st. children are getting special visitors today to cheer them up. university of maryland football team is coming by to play with the kids. another chance to meet baltimore county's new school superintendent. taking questions at greenwood
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administrative offices on charles street in towson at 7:67:89. nothing more annoying than when you sit down with your family at the dinner table and get a phone call and it's a telemarketer. that's why the do not call list was created in 2003. senator chuck schumer says the list work for a while but new corporations found ways to get around the list by making robocalls. >> because it's easy to do and can be mechanized, they sprung up like top seed again. >> new legislation would raise fines and propose harsher punishments that violate the list. the rules prevent businesses to use machines to make robocalls. sales figures from the iphone 5. it hit shelves during the weekend. it became impossible to find one if stores, people lined up days in advance for the sale
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that started friday. it's faster and lighter, has bigger screen. the one feature it's getting slammed is apple's new app application. >> there is a little bit of disappointment when we saw kinks in it. there are blogs pushing out problems here and there, across the globe. >> apple moved away from the operating system for maps and now rolled out their own. users say it steers them if the wrong direction at the wrong places, that's no good. apple says it's work tong app to make it bet -- working on the app to make it better. a baby panda's death at the zoo. linda so has the latest. >> reporter: preliminary findings are due out today. the doctors examined the baby to determine how it died. staffers found the dead panda after hearing the mother's
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distressed calls. the cub was not breathing and it's heart stopped. cpr was performed. there are no signs of wounds or trauma or outside ward signs of infection. the cause sun known. zookeepers are keeping a close eye on the mother. >> this is devastating. this is devastating for all of us here. it's hard to describe how much passion and energy and thought and care has gone in to this. >> the newborn panda had been a surprise at the zoo. the mother had five failed pregnancies before giving birth. linda so, abc2 news. a check of the forecast, we had rain on saturday. now it's colder. you had coats on this morning. >> it was chilly. we had parkas on this morning. we get cold. bundle up as you head out and about. temperatures in the 40s in some spots, we have the low 50s. show you the numbers in a
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second. let's check out maryland's most powerful radar, to the north, we can see around carlisle and i'm not sure, to the west of the areas, that's where you are seeing a lone shower, beginning to fizzle out. in maryland this morning, we are nice and dry and starting to see a little bit of clearing out there, with that, the temperatures really dropping you have in manchester, 48 degrees, 50 churchville, 55 edgemere. denton 49. we should be at 55 for a low temperature. we are below that. at the surface, high pressure is going to continue to do its thing for today and tomorrow. that's when we will see change in the forecast by wednesday. another front will be moving in to the area, this is what you can expect for this time of the year, the fronts will come more often. we have north westerly flow and high pressure that north well flow is a cooling flow, we will feel it thought the day. yes the temperatures will warm up. they are going to stay below am. high should be around 74s 75,
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going with 70 for today. the sun-cloud mix. enjoy it. don't forget the jacket and especially as we head in to this evening. 46, it's going tobe chillier than this morning. under mostly clear skies, advisorys, frost advisories in western maryland. we are dealing with frost issues across the area. as we head in to tomorrow, we will be around 74 degrees for the o's, fabulous day, enjoy that, by wednesday, we have a chance for showers in the forecast. ravens play thursday, looks drier. wet weather in the forecast as we head in to the weekend. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. good morning, best of luck to the orioles today as they take on the blue jays for the double header. we do have trouble on the roads, we are dealing with a crash in northwest baltimore, on reisterstown road, prim rose avenue, there are more problems on 95, disabled car is blocking
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one southbound lane at the fort mc henry toll plaza. as we look at 95, at 395, that disabled car not leading to many delays as you are traveling northbound, an 8 minute ride from the bellway to the toll plaza. 695, going to be in great shape if you are traveling the outer loop up to 83. that stretch will take you 11 west es. side, a typical ride, 12 minutes on the outer loop from 795, towards 95. that's a look at your time saver traffic. not to jinx the orioles but a website giving the o. as 90% chance -- o's a 90% chance of making the playoffs. stay with us, we'll be right back. some places i go really aggravate my allergies.
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he played with a heavy heart and all of his heart. tality last minute, smith decides to play after losing his younger brother. 2000 people in towson after a homecoming party at towson university. we will tell you what happened that resulted in businesses closing their door and police called in with pepper spray. newborns need to sleep on their backs. there are other things you can do to prevent sudden infant death syndrome. hope you had a great weekend. i'm megan pringle alongside loren cook checking out the roads. big pop is back. >> back in the house right now. everything going great. baby and mom

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